Agribusiness Comprehensive, Bachelor of Science

Offered by Department of Marketing, Agribusiness, and Supply Chain Management

All College of Business and Technology Graduation Requirements must be fulfilled.

General Studies
Foundational Requirements (LOPERS 1-4):12
LOPER 4: Mathematics, Statistics, and Quantitative Reasoning
College Algebra 1
Broad Knowledge Requirements (LOPERS 5-8):13
LOPER 7: Social Sciences
Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics
LOPER 8: Natural Sciences
Select one of the following:
General Biology
Biology I
Biology II
Introductory Chemistry
General Chemistry
and General Chemistry Laboratory
Dispositional Requirements: (LOPERS 9-10) 26
Wellness (LOPER 11) Optional0
BS Science-related course requirements
MATH 120Finite Mathematics3
or MATH 123 Applied Calculus I
Program-Specified Requirements
ECON 271Principles of Economics, Microeconomics3
MGT 233Business Statistics3
Major Option
Complete all required courses62
Unrestricted electives
Needed to reach 120 credit hours18
Total Credit Hours120

Major Option

Agribusiness Core Requirements 3
BSAD 100Exploring Business1
ACCT 250Principles of Accounting I3
ACCT 251Principles of Accounting II3
BSAD 295Business Communications3
MKT 300Principles of Marketing3
MGT 301Principles of Management3
FIN 308Principles of Finance3
ACCT 311Business Law I3
MGT 493Social Responsibilities of Business: Issues and Ethics3
MGT 495Administrative Strategy and Policy3
BSAD 400Professional Readiness1
Agribusiness Economics Core Requirements
AGBS 110Introduction to Agribusiness2
AGBS 315Agribusiness Management2
ECON 320Economic Theory, Intermediate Microeconomics3
AGBS 335Agricultural Marketing3
AGBS 350Economics of the Agricultural Sector3
AGBS 398Farm and Ranch Management3
AGBS 415Agricultural Price Analysis3
AGBS 435Agricultural Finance3
ECON 321Economic Theory, Intermediate Macroeconomics3
or ECON 322 Money and Banking
Agribusiness Major Elective Component
Select 8 credit hours of the following:8
Agribusiness Internship 4
Introduction to Soils
Geography of Soils
Economic Geography
Developing Nations
Water Resources
Environmental Planning
GIScience Principles and Concepts
Working with GIScience and Spatial Analysis
Electives approved by Advisor
Total Credit Hours62

Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level. Students are required to take a LOPERs 4: Mathematics, Statistical, and Quantitative Reasoning course regardless of entry level.


Designated courses with the appropriate content may be approved to satisfy one of the Broad Knowledge requirements plus LOPER 9 or Broad Knowledge plus LOPER 10. Courses may be approved to satisfy LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone. (Courses satisfying LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone must be 3 credit hours.) Students applying this option will need to take additional hours in other categories to meet the required GS hours.


2.0 GPA required


Students may take a maximum of 6 credit hours.